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Microsoft, Linux and Virtualization



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April 12, 2006 6:22 pm

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There has been a lot of talk this week about Microsofts recent virtualization announcements. First thing to point out is Microsoft recognizes that Linux is ready for the enterprise. Customers are demanding it, and Microsoft has acted. With SUSE Linux Enterprise 10, we will ship the Xen 3.0 hypervisor the first enterprise-ready Linux virtualization product to reach the market. And while Microsofts interim Virtual Server does software emulation of hardware, we are taking a hypervisor approach, which provides more reliability and greater performance, among other benefits.It’s always nice when Microsofts announcements show validation for Linuxs role in the enterprise. Kind of makes you feel all warm inside, doesn’t it?

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